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Air Transport International, LLC B-767SF Cargo Compartment Dimensions

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Main Deck ULD Configurations Size Code "A" 125 X 88

Size Code "B" 108 X 88

Size Code "C" 125 X 96

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Size Code "D" Transverse 88 X 125

Size Code "E" Transverse 96 X 125

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Lower Cargo Compartment Dimensions and ULD Configuration

SIZE CODES K, P & Q

A Unit Load Device (ULD) is a device for grouping and retaining cargo for transit. The ULD can refer to a pallet and net, a pallet and net over an igloo, or a container. This Chapter-Section-Subject provides volume, center of gravity limits, dimensions, and lateral positions for size code K, P & Q unit load devices. Size code K approved ULDs conform to the National Aerospace Standards (NAS) 3610. AS1677, "General Requirements for Non-certified LD-2, LD-4, & LD-8 Cargo/Baggage Containers", published by the Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc. is an example of an acceptable specification for size code P & Q unit load devices. Non-approved size code K, P and Q ULDs can be carried provided all of the following considerations are observed. 1. The non-approved ULD must be serviceable, well constructed, and loaded in a manner that will prevent it or its cargo from becoming a hazard to the airplane structure or systems under operational loads. 2. The non-approved ULD must match the external profiles of the allowable approved ULDs shown in this section. 3. The non-approved ULD must engage the restraint hardware similar to an approved ULD.

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Forward Cargo Compartment

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Aft Cargo Compartment

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